#1
I think it was by Epicurus. It was concerning freedom, in essence. His point was, if I was to paraphrase it, "my right to punch ends at your face", i.e. freedoms should extend as far as possible until they interfere with someone else's freedom. If anyone could help, I would be GREATLY appreciative.


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#4
I saw someone on the forums use that quote recently. Something about punching at you all I want, until you make contact.

Didn't know it was supposed to be Epicurus though.
#5
oh a bit like " one mans freedom stops where another mans begins "?
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oh a bit like " one mans freedom stops where another mans begins "?

Yeah.
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I saw someone on the forums use that quote recently. Something about punching at you all I want, until you make contact.

Didn't know it was supposed to be Epicurus though.


Might have been Ur All $hit, he was arguing with someone and he cited the thing I'm looking for. I might be making up it being by Epicurus though. I dunno.


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